Kadan Swope scored the Leopards only goal with 34 seconds left in the first half, but Aurora rallied back to defeat Louisville in double overtime 2-1.
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Carter Burton tied a team record with 5 assists and Ryan Kibler had a hat trick as the Leopards trounced the visiting Tigers 16-0 in the biggest regular season win in team history. Brady Adams also had 3 assists to tie the LHS career record and Noah Emmons tied a single season record with his 8th shutout.
Kadan Swope and Drew Dillen each scored goals to lead Louisville to a 2-1 road win at New Philadelphia. Dominic Porter-Kovacich and Bailey Adams also recorded assists as LHS improved to 6-0-1 their best start since 2007.
Kadan Swope scored a pair of goals to lead the Louisville in their 5-0 shutout of visiting Cuyahoga Falls. Brady Adams, Damien Lowder, and Angelo Paquelet also added scores for the Leopards remained undefeated at 4-0.
Kadan Swope scored the only goal of the game in the second half to lift Louisville past previously undefeated Orrville 1-0. Noah Emmons recorded his sixth shutout in goal as the Leopards improved to 9-3 on Senior Night.
Brady Adams, Drew Dillen, and Nick Johnston each scored a pair of goals as Louisville shutout host Coventry 9-0. Cam young, Ian Darrow, and Damien Lowder also scored as the Leopards improved to 9-1.
Dominic Porter-Kovacich score a pair of goals to lead Louisville to a 5-2 road win at Tallmadge. Other goal scores for the Leopards included Carter Burton, Cam Young, and Drew Dillen as LHS improved to 7-1.
Drew Dillen scored a pair of first half goals and added an assist to lead Louisville in their 8-0 shutout of visiting Northwest. Dominic Porter-Kovacich also scored a goal and recorded 2 assists as the Leopards improved to 5-1 on the season.
Ryan Kibler scored a pair of goals to lead the Leopards in their 6-0 shutout of the visiting Aviators. Dominic Porter-Kovacich also scored a goal and added an assist as Louisville won their third straight to improve to 4-1.
Brady Adams scored a pair of goals as Louisville blanked visiting Ravenna 4-0 in their season opener. Kadan Swope and Cam Young also scored goals for the Leopards and goalkeeper Noah Emmons recorded the shutout for LHS.